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Gleason, Benjamin; von Gillern, Sam – Educational Technology & Society, 2018
This article explores how social media use in formal and informal learning spaces can support the development of digital citizenship for secondary school students. As students increasingly spend large amounts of time online (e.g., an average of six hours of screen time per day, excluding school and homework), it is critical that they are…
Descriptors: Social Media, Secondary Education, Secondary School Students, Technological Literacy
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Borba, Marcelo C.; Askar, Petek; Engelbrecht, Johann; Gadanidis, George; Llinares, Salvador; Aguilar, Mario Sánchez – ZDM: The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 2016
In this literature survey we focus on identifying recent advances in research on digital technology in the field of mathematics education. To conduct the survey we have used internet search engines with keywords related to mathematics education and digital technology and have reviewed some of the main international journals, including the ones in…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Electronic Learning, Mathematics Education, Influence of Technology
Liebeskind, Kara M. – ProQuest LLC, 2013
Children today are surrounded by and immersed in media such that it pervades almost every aspect of their daily lives. The potential effects of media content are of particular interest for elementary school children, who are old enough to use media alone, but too young to fully understand everything they see. One way of enhancing the benefits and…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Internet, Handheld Devices, Online Surveys
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Sampson, Peter – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2013
Neoliberalism has become the dominant ideology of our day. As with all ideologies, it influences without drawing attention to itself. Critical pedagogy, with its focus on the oppressed and marginalised, offers a perspective on the media and education that seeks to expose neoliberalism's hegemonic power. Traditional media has become complicit…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Electronic Publishing, Web Sites, Neoliberalism
Ware, Jennifer Marie – ProQuest LLC, 2012
Technology has afforded journalists a myriad of new opportunities to promote and publish content online. This project provides an overview of many of the new practices that have become standard operating procedures for digital media news creation and examines how the heavy imprint of traditional media news values are not contextualized within the…
Descriptors: Journalism, Journalism Education, Television, News Reporting
Wolsey, Thomas DeVere; Grisham, Dana L. – Guilford Publications, 2012
An innovative, practical guide for middle and high school teachers, this book is packed with specific ways that technology can help serve the goals of effective writing instruction. It provides ready-to-implement strategies for teaching students to compose and edit written work electronically; conduct Internet inquiry; create blogs, websites, and…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Reprography, Instructional Materials
Berlinguer, Luigi – Educational Technology, 2012
The digital revolution is transforming the ways in which knowledge and culture are produced, accessed, and, most of all, created and re-created. And as the Internet is nowadays generally acknowledged to be a public or a common good, this leads us to re-think the laws written for the 20th century technology, economy, and culture. Moreover, the…
Descriptors: Creativity, Sustainable Development, Innovation, Internet
Liming, Drew – Occupational Outlook Quarterly, 2012
The expansion of the Internet has created many new opportunities for people to share their talents. Many people share just for fun--but some do it for fun and money. Online, these artists can reach a global audience. The rapid growth of online media excites many people working in the field. This article describes careers for digital media workers.…
Descriptors: Artists, Internet, Web Sites, Electronic Publishing
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Brito, Pedro Quelhas – Computers & Education, 2012
The tweens are a transitional age group undergoing deep physical and psychological transformations. Based on a thirteen-focus group research design involving 103 students, and applying a tweens-centered approach, the characteristics of SMS, IM, Internet, digital photos, electronic games, and email were analyzed. Categories such as moral issues,…
Descriptors: Research Design, Age, Focus Groups, Moral Issues
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Johnson, Nicola F.; Humphry, Nicoli – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2012
The take-up of digital technology by young people is a well-known phenomenon and has been subject to socio-cultural analysis in areas such as youth studies and cultural studies. The Teenage Expertise Network (TEN) research project investigates how teenagers develop technological expertise in techno-cultural contexts via the use of a purposefully…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Youth, Expertise, Media Literacy
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Bjorklund, Wendy L.; Rehling, Diana L.; Tompkins, Paula S.; Strom, Renee E. – Communication Teacher, 2012
Most of today's college students live in a world in which they are connected "24/7" (i.e. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week). Unlike their professors, students are true "digital natives." Young Americans spend more than seven and a half hours a day with some sort of electronic device, and because most of them are multitasking with those devices, "they…
Descriptors: Internet, Mass Media, Time Management, Handheld Devices
Demski, Jennifer – Campus Technology, 2012
Finally--12 years into the 21st century--higher ed classrooms are turning into incubators for the kind of learning environment that curriculum and instructional technology experts have advocated for years. Yet a key question remains: Can legacy learning management systems (LMSs) be dragged into the 21st century as part of this new educational…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Internet, Higher Education, Integrated Learning Systems
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Godwin-Jones, Robert – Language Learning & Technology, 2012
Five years ago in the February, 2007, issue of LLT, I wrote about developments in digital video of potential interest to language teachers. Since then, there have been major changes in options for video capture, editing, and delivery. One of the most significant has been the rise in popularity of video-based storytelling, enabled largely by…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Videoconferencing, Handheld Devices, Electronic Publishing
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Valenza, Joyce Kasman; Stephens, Wendy – Educational Leadership, 2012
Critics claim that digital technologies are killing reading, but these teacher-librarians have observed that teens are as excited about reading as they ever were. Online communities give these readers opportunities to get to know authors, communicate with other fans, and learn more about books of interest. Publishers and authors are responding to…
Descriptors: Internet, Reading, Librarian Teacher Cooperation, Adolescents
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Jensen, Amy – Research in Drama Education, 2012
This paper explores how our "digital world" shapes the ways that young people want to be engaged and how those desires subsequently shape academic theatre spaces. The paper uses artefacts developed in a university classroom to demonstrate that pre-service theatre educators can create educational materials that interrogate and deploy multiple media…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Youth, Adolescents, Preservice Teachers
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